It has been a busy week in the Forest Ecology Research Group with two of the team successfully defending their MSc theses. Way to go!
Sabine has been studying disjunct populations of arctic-alpine species in Atlantic Canada. She is off to start a new position at Environment and Climate Change Canada. Congratulations, Dr. Dietz!
Congratulations to FERG PDF Dr. Nicola Day who is the 2017 recipient of the Mycological Society of America’s Forest Fungal Ecology Award. Using this award, she will be examining fungal communities in permafrost!
Cory’s research is focused on why shrubs are where they are on the tundra and how they modify the biotic and abiotic environment.
Congratulations to FERG MSc Katie Black who is the 2016/17 Researcher of Laurier! Way to go, Katie!
We have openings for 2-3 summer field assistants to contribute to graduate and postdoctoral research projects in the Northwest Territories. For more information go here.